Panattoni Europe commenced the construction of a new distribution centre near Warsaw. Completion of the first part of the investment is anticipated in February 2019. The lease transaction was mediated by the advisory firm JLL.
In Q1 2018, Poland’s total warehouse and industrial stock amounted to more than 14.15 million sqm and another 1.90 million sqm was under construction, the largest quarterly development pipeline on record. Central Poland was the leading regional market, accounting for more than half of new supply and most of the leasing transaction volume.
The Bitwy Warszawskiej Business Center has received the BREEAM IN-USE certificate with a “Very Good” rating in Asset Performance and Building Management. The audit was conducted by Cushman & Wakefield. CA Immo is the owner of the office building.
Poznań is constantly evolving. This is mirrored by the excellent results recorded on the city’s office market. New thriving companies are establishing operations in Poznań while firms already present in the city are expanding their business. All of these factors are boosting demand in Poznań for modern office space, according to JLL.
EPP has announced the acquisition of the King Cross Marcelin Shopping centre for €91.1 million. This marks the group’s first entry into Poznan, adding to the group’s portfolio of eighteen retail projects. The property is being purchased through its wholly-owned Polish subsidiary, EPP Development 7 SP.z.o.o from Poznań onkil S.A. which holds its legal title to the property. The initial yield of the acquisition is 7.30%.
Panattoni Europe has sold another logistics facility, Panattoni Park Warsaw West V totalling 70,000 sqm. The buyer is a Dutch company controlled by one of the leading global real estate investment firms, for whom this is the first investment in the Polish warehouse market.
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